+ 27.225 MHz 129: Sed Dixit Imperit Tibi Dominus

The words of the Saint Jude's verse nine

are timely and very spiritually fine:

sed dixit imperit tibi Dominus;

and I offer this brief surmise:

the rebuke is quite obvious;

the receiver may find it ominous,

given the receiver's obvious

spiritual descent from that nefarious

snake in the grass, called the Father of Lies.






Author's Notes/Comments: 

The poem also alludes to John 8:4 and Genesis 3:1; and to Vergil's Third Eclogue.

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